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Brava Theater Center - Main Theater
at York Street 2781 24th Street San Francisco, CA 94110
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Rated by 8 members
Review from Hunny
11 events 6 reviews

Although there were some technical difficulties with the actual presentation, including mics that were left on stage in direct line with the screen, this film is poignant and intense. I have never seen a slice of my 'era' portrayed so closely....continued

reviewed Apr 05 2009 report as inappropriate
Saul Fenster
Review from Saul Fenster
63 events 6 reviews

It was about a heavy metal band. it had a lot of talking about it with small bits of what they did. It was very repetitious.

reviewed Apr 05 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from gclopes
8 events 3 reviews

Truly educated by this film. Ended up buying 2 CD's and a t-shirt, can't stop listening to them. The Gits rock!

reviewed Apr 05 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Jackie
1 event 1 review

I thought it was fascinating - and a sad story. Gorgeous theater. had a fun lunch accross street at Cafe Sanchez. Great day - good event

reviewed Apr 05 2009 report as inappropriate
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_ The Gits_ chronicles the tragic story of one of the most influential bands to emerge from the Seattle music underground. With an innovative sound that coupled hardcore punk with heartfelt blues, the Gits were poised to break into mainstream, but they could never achieve the success of contemporaries Nirvana or Pearl Jam, because on July 7, 1993 singer Mia Zapata was found murdered – apparent victim of rape/homicide.

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